Instructional Design

The concept of Instructional Design. Models, theories, trends, pitfalls, and anything you need to know, written from our Instructional Design experts.

Why L&D Managers Need To Transform From "Facilitators" To Business Enablers
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Dating Adventures: Leaving ID For LXD?

Be honest! You're thinking about breaking up with Instructional Design and start dating learning experience design. Here are some data-driven best practices on how to set up your profile on a dating site!

Designing Training Solutions With Myers-Briggs In Mind

Designing Training Solutions With Myers-Briggs In Mind

Renowned management consultant, author, educator, and business-thought leader, Peter Drucker, once said: “Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being liked; leadership is defined by results, not attributes.” As a founding father of modern leadership theory, Mr. Drucker had a deep understanding of what makes a good leader. Yet, many of today’s leadership training curriculum show scant appreciation of the fact that to produce good results, leaders must be trained. And that training should directly reflect the attributes of the environments in which they are expected to lead.

How To Make Human Performance Technology More Agile

How To Make Human Performance Technology More Agile

There is a lot of synergy between Human Performance Technology (HPT) and Learner Experience Design (LXD), and they are intertwined. HPT looks at the ecosystem of the performer while LXD encompasses the ecosystem of the learning design. This article looks at how we make Human Performance Technology more agile.

Lessons from the Chalkface

Lessons From The Chalkface

In Scottish schools, curriculum design is underpinned by 7 broad principles. These principles guide teachers in their practice and are a basis for reviewing, evaluating, and improving learning and teaching. Learn how we apply these very same principles into eLearning

2 Traits Instructional Designers Need Most

2 Traits Instructional Designers Need Most

What does training mean to you? Is it a simple process of transferring information, or a complex platform for transforming people and organizations – improving their performance, processes, customer relationships, and more? If you are new to this idea, consider this tip: think outside the classroom!